Electric Roll Off Trailers

Looking for flexibility and the capacity for instant profitability.  The Geneva Roll-Off trailer is interchangeable with roll-off trucks & Pro-Roll Off trailer systems.  Boxes are made with heavy duty rollers with standard 36″ spacing.  They also have the same cable catch and nose rollers as roll-off trucks.  The cable catch winch is keyed in and welded for greater strength and safety than a surface mounted d-ring.  The trailer features an integrated box locking system that eliminates the need to strap or chain the box to the trailer.  Plus the pin comes up through the rail automatically to lock the box in place, making it legal for highway transport.

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Perfect For:

  • Private Refuse Haulers
  • Contractors
  • Landscapers
  • City & Park Departments
  • College Campuses
  • Military Bases

Features:

  • Tandem Axle
  • 14,000lb GVW
  • 14,000lb Winch Capacity
  • All LED Lighting
  • 12 Volt Electric Hydraulic Pump with Mobile Charging System

Options:

  • Gooseneck Hitch
  • Tarper
  • Spare Tire
  • Spare Light
  • Decals
  • Decal Wrap
  • Bear Proofing

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Frequently Asked Questions

Should I buy an electric or engine driven roll off trailer?


There are major differences between an Electric Driven and Engine Driven Roll Off Trailer. When deciding on a trailer, it’s important to think about the trailer’s function.  Electric driven are less expensive than their Engine driven counterpart.  However, Engine driven units are more powerful than Electric driven.

The electric roll off trailer uses a 12v volt hydraulic pump and drum winch system.  These trailers require a power source from your tow vehicle or need to have the batteries charged daily or weekly depending on use.  Electric trailers are typically used for medium to light duty applications.  An electric trailer has a drum winch which has a cable wrap around a drum. Typically these winches have a lower load rating.

Engine driven trailers have an engine-driven hydraulic and winch system.  These trailers are set up to run without added power from your tow vehicle. Make sure the engine runs occasionally for 15 minutes or longer to fully charge the battery. Running the trailer for 5 minutes or less may cause the battery not get fully charged. Typically the engine driven trailers are used for medium to heavier duty applications. However, each trailer has its limits and users need to follow the max load rating for each trailer. Engine driven pulley (reeving) winch system uses a series of pulleys to gain a mechanical advantage and typically provides a higher load rating.

What is the difference between the Geneva roll off and Pro-Roll off?


Our Geneva line is an electric roll off trailer and uses a 12v volt hydraulic pump and drum winch system.  The Pro-Roll Off line is engine driven trailers, which have an engine-driven hydraulic and winch system.

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